MATHEMATICAL FICTION:

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Spying on My Dreams (2000)
Laurence Howard
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Contributed by Laurence Howard, Ed.D.

In my second novel, Spying on My Dreams, my protagonist, a mathematician working for a computer game company, uses fuzzy logic to integrate Eastern and Western thought, and hence finds the meaning of his life.  The math discussions are accessible to anyone with a good high school background and includes diagrams.

The book currently is available only on Amazon; my publisher went bankrupt.  I recently completed my fifth novel and hope soon to find a new publisher who will distribute all my book

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TopicLogic/Set Theory,
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